I had a friend refer me to a recruiter and we had a call the other day. Thought it went well however it didn't. They thought I was disorganized and didn't come up with a list of questions.
On the contrary, I actually did have questions and i had about 30 minutes actually so i might have just gotten a bit nervous. I was trying to make a career move internally to be quite honest however I'm considering leaving the company as a whole at this point.
I started off with some small talk about their weekend, got into asking about how they asked knew said person that referred me to them and asked if they got a chance to go over my resume.
The questions were on more of a "low level" (if i'm being honest here) such as how's my current resume looking, what can i do to stand out more internally, could you refer me to another recruiter whom is handling the posting.
I thought most of my coffee chats/well however I guess I shouldn't be so naive and be thankful that this feedback came up now vs later
TLDR; thought the call with recruiter went well but it didn't and now i'm wondering what are some "high level" questions people ask a recruiter. If they were an analyst of course i'd be diving into it a lot more but it was with an HR rep, so i thought it'd be more limited in terms of what I could ask.